LeBron James demands that the NBA solve the Cavs floor's safety problems.

On Saturday, the Cleveland Cavaliers welcomed back LeBron James, the former superstar, to his old haunts. However, several people found the Cavs stadium floor to be unsafe, which somewhat overshadowed James' return to his old haunt.

When asked about the court, James responded that the league need to handle it.

Unfortunately, Heat guard Dru Smith hurt his knee trying to block a corner 3-pointer by Max Strus during Wednesday's Cavs vs. Miami Heat game. His foot went over the edge of Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse's raised court.

Erik Spoelstra, the head coach of the Heat, criticised the floor plan, calling it dangerous and a "accident waiting to happen." J.B. Bickerstaff, the Cavs coach, has defended it, stating that his players feel at ease playing on the raised surface.

Nevertheless, Miami allegedly spoke with the NBA league office to voice its worries over the floor. Smith's season-ending injury raises the possibility that the league will act on it sooner rather than later.

Luckily, there was no such event on Saturday when the Cavaliers were trounced by the Los Angeles Lakers.

In addition, the Cavs were able to pay tribute to their local hero with a video tribute that showcased his scoring achievements. 

Unexpectedly, Scoot Henderson, who was thought to be the second-best prospect throughout the most of the 2023 NBA Draught cycle, was selected by the Portland Trail Blazers with pick No. 3.

9 Nail trends that are set to dominate in 2024